Google’s profit on every Nexus 7 tablet sold - $0: It's about the ads – duh.
Apple is following a “go-slow approach” to mobile payments, according to the Wall Street Journal. My question - would Steve Jobs worry about adoption or believe he could drive it? Undoubtedly, the latter.
10% of iPhone 4S complaints to FixYa are Siri-related while 45% whine about battery life. That follows what Apple says about Siri – most people are fine with it.
Seattle readers – I’ll be talking talking Mobilized Marketing book 8/8 at MCEI Seattle. The Yacht Club in summer - ummm, ok.
Fisher Price to the New York - “We see 6-month-olds batting at the screen, 9-month-olds swiping, 12-month-olds pointing out objects to see". Surprised that they are waiting until 6-month mark.
If (I stress if) new iPhone and iPad mini go on sale in the fall, what's the bigger seller at least initially? I say the iPad due to price.
I didn't click on Man Holds iPad In His Butt headline. It didn't, ummm, crack me up, either.
Headline: Why Digital Signage Should Be Interactive. Me: everything needs to be interactive because of mobile.
Hey, Linkedin: now that you've dropped tweets, can you work on cleaning up the tall tales told by users? Maybe make noses grow.
Mobile phone use is commonplace even in households with income below $30K - penetration there is more than 80%: Pew.
The latest technology divide myth proof - nearly 70% of those age 65+ have #mobile phone: Pew.
Branding vs. action - quite the disconnect of the word Bold attached to RIM and BlackBerry.
Many smartphone users will get severe weather alerts. Unlike other alerts, users will get these without asking but could opt out.
The passive has become even more interactive - NBC's Olympics coverage will be supplemented by a Shazam app.